WWI Infographic

Reference: History: Oxford University Press Releases Whos Who in the Outbreak of First World War Political Map/Infographic (Free)

These days identifying yourself as a liberal or conservative transcends politics. It’s the type of rift that extends to cultural, family and to some degree religious values. Studies have even suggested these differences in beliefs and attitudes cut so deep you can spot them in the structure of the brain.

Right Vs Left (world). Political infographic by David McCandless & Stefanie Posavec. McCandless has a great website and has produced some books on the subject.

Political map of Azeroth

Post with 23 votes and 7841 views. Territory map of Azeroth

flags

Here I have an educational infographic from the cheap flights comparison website called Jut the Flight that teaches us all about the World's most interesting and recognisable national flags.

(2012-05) Language map of Europe ~ note how the political borders don't always match the language borders

How do you say One Europe?

A map that shows the language diversity of Europe. This is a good tool and can be used for a variety of European history lessons to show how conflict could easily develop for example.

19 very politically incorrect world map of stereotypes

19 very politically incorrect world map of stereotypes

Psalter World Map (mappa mundi), 1265  Despite its small size, this is one of the ‘great’ medieval world maps. It is probably a copy of the lost map which adorned King Henry III's bedchamber in Westminster Palace from the mid-1230s. The original colors are intact. Showing east at the top, it is a visual encyclopedia, embracing ancient history, politics, scripture and ethnography as well as geography.

Magnificent Maps: Cartography as Power, Propaganda, and Art

Psalter World Map (mappa mundi), 1265 Despite its small size, this is one of the ‘great’ medieval world maps. It is probably a copy of the .

Currency and the Collapse of the Roman Empire

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At its peak, the Roman Empire held up to 130 million people over a span of million square miles. How could such a powerful empire collapse?

The Histomap by John Sparks,1931; from Cartographies of Time, a visual history of the timeline

Cartographies of Time: A Visual History of the Timeline

The Histomap, from Cartographies of Time: A Visual History of the Timeline (via Brain Pickings)

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